Monday, October 24, 2016

Children and Conditioned Beliefs

"You need to work hard to succeed in life". How many of you believe in this statement?

I do not believe in it.

Does one have to put in a lot of effort to make the boat go downstream? You just need basic skill set to stay away from the rocks and stay on-stream.

The efforts are needed when you are going against the flow. Hard work is needed when you are going against the Cosmic flow.

So when we tell our children that hard work is needed to succeed in life, what are we bringing their focus upon? Their focus is on the success that will come in life. That success becomes the goal.

I want to be a teacher. I want to be a doctor. I want to be an engineer. I want to be a pilot.

These are all goals, and achieving them is what defines their success in life.

But what if the soul had pre-birth, planned to be a horticulturist in this birth and not an engineer?

Are you judging a fish by its ability to climb a tree?

We need to teach our children to learn to go with the flow. We need to teach them to connect to their deeper, Higher Self and follow the guidance that comes through.

I know parents who believe that their child must have homework everyday from school. Because this gives them the satisfaction that their child is working hard.

Parents of children as little as 5 years or 6 years have started sending their children for tuition for class subjects, as this means that their child is working hard.

I also know parents who micro manage each and every minute of their child with some or the other activity, leaving no space for 'free time' or 'connecting time'.

Isn't this the age for the children to play and discover?

Isn't 'hardwork' versus play, the case made against child labor?

How much free time do you give your child to connect with their deeper, purer selves through creative activities and free time?

How much have you taught your child about the ways to connect with their Higher Selves? Have you guided them in this direction? Have you informed them that they have loads of help in the form of Angels and other Light Beings who can help them in their daily tasks, both physical as well as emotional?

Perhaps its time to re-check the conditioned beliefs that we are carrying over from our childhood and are forcing upon these new age children.

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